Thursday, March 3, 2016

Daurian Redstart and Brown-eared Bulbul;


* Daurian Redstart and Brown-eared Bulbul greeted us*
These two kinds of birds warmed my heart while cleaning up late parents' house.  
I saw them when I started cleaning the windows in the morning of a couple of days ago. At first, the Redstart was perching on the old tree in the messy garden. And then moved onto the block under the fence. It is the same fence I posted about the sparrows visited us before here Let me add the picture of it for the clear idea.



Hi, sweet eyes;  Are you here in place of Mom♪




We are about 80% finished cleaning up dust and moss after emptying the house.  
Well,  I DO wish to get the normal pace of life :p-)



Linking this post to,"GoodFences""Saturday's critters", "Scenic Weekends",  



20 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful birds! loved the line-up on the fence! glad things are progressing. :)

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, pretty shots of the birds on the fences. They are all so pretty. I hope things return to normal for you soon. Take care and have a happy weekend ahead!

Karen S. said...

Good morning Miyako, they came to brighten your day! I like how they form a line on the fence too, they are very nice to see. Take good care of you.

Breathtaking said...

Hello Miyako!:) Your sparrow images are so cute, all lined up in a row, and the female Redstart was a nice visiter. You will easily recognize her again, as she has a white mark on her feathers.
Warm Regards.

"E." "Beth" Edwards said...

the birdie remind of a dove, i wonder if they are related or not? i will have to look into that. so cute. ( ;

i was here to check out your fence. have a nice day.

Tamago said...

They are such sweet looking birds! The photo of Redstart tilting head is so cute! Are they Ume trees behind Bulbul? Looks like they are blooming nicely!
I sure hope you can get your normal pace back :-) Have a great day, Miyako san!

Ida said...

Such sweet birds on and under the fence.

Sussi said...

sweet birds!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh sweet visitors -- maybe bringing messages from beyond! It's a hard time cleaning up the house -- I remember doing that job a couple of times. It is the hard physical work added to the emotional (the sadness, the memories) that makes it even harder.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Indeed, one wonders if they are little messengers from heaven...
Glad you are finally seeing the light from the tunnel and hope things soon will return to normal for both of you.
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

Gemma Wiseman said...

The littlew feathered characters are so cute. Looks as if you have had quite a great deal of work to do. Lovely series of photos.

Anni said...

Beautiful greeters!!! Love 'em both, both of which we don't have here in the States.


Thanks for stopping by to add your link to this post at I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend. Have a terrific week ahead.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Your feathery friends are very cute, Miyako.
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Joyful said...

Lovely photos. It does seem like the little birds were there to greet you in place of mom, doesn't it? That is so very sweet. ♥♥♥

BeachGypsy said...

Beautiful pictures! !

Michiko Johnson said...

A beautiful photos! have a lovely time with Otosama to Miyako sama!

Marie C said...

Precious birds! You got some beautiful shots!

ladyfi said...

Lovely bird shots!

Fun60 said...

Maybe they have been sent by your Mum to watch over you.

Hannah said...

The birds are so cute sitting on the fence, they seem comforting to you by their presence. I like the peach colored feathers on the redstart's rump, and the patterns in the chest feathers of the bulbuls, dearest Miyako. Hugs from the PNW!